For two decades, Access TeleCare has led the charge to shape and define what a modern health care environment built around telemedicine looks like.
Through a revolutionary fusion of innovative technology and world-class, patient-centered care, Access TeleCare’s specialty telemedicine programs allow its clinical partners to keep pace with a rapidly evolving health care landscape. A recent article published by Becker’s Hospital Review examined a few of the biggest issues facing the healthcare industry in the new year.
The good news?
Access TeleCare can already solve many of these issues today.
- Health care has a worsening numbers problem.
As the physician shortage in the U.S. worsens, Access TeleCare provides immediate access to specialty providers anywhere in the country as soon as they’re needed. From neurology to infectious disease and more, telemedicine helps more hospitals and clinics provide reliable specialty care access close to their patients and meet their community’s care needs.
- Technology is part of a solution, but not the entire solution.
Technology is only as good as the people behind it and its ease of implementation and daily use and purpose. Access TeleCare employs world-class physicians who function as extensions of your on-site care teams, prioritizing collaboration with your teams and excellent bedside manner that increases patient satisfaction. Every telemedicine program features dedicated pods of physicians to ensure patients get to actually know the telemedicine specialist treating them. Combining world-class specialists with highly experienced program delivery and cutting-edge technology is how we deliver clinical excellence.
- Mental and behavioral health in the U.S. has reached a critical stage with a worsening imbalance of needs and demands versus supply.
Almost half of people in the U.S. live in an area facing a shortage of mental health providers, and depression rates hit an all-time high in 2023. From behavioral health hospitals and emergency departments to full inpatient and outpatient coverage, Access TeleCare’s behavioral health solutions enable hospitals of any size to meet the mental and behavioral health needs of their communities.
- Hospital margins largely improved in 2023, but hospitals face huge long-term financial challenges.
For any telemedicine solution to be truly viable, it must make long-term financial sense for providers. Access TeleCare customizes its programs to meet the unique needs of our partners and designs programs that deliver long-term clinical and operational solutions and financial sustainability.
Contact us today and see how Access TeleCare’s telemedicine programs deliver sustainable solutions to help your hospital meet the healthcare challenges of today and tomorrow.